Louis J. Kruger
Associate Professor, Director of School Psychology (MS/CAGS)
Department of Applied Psychology, Faculty
Office: 404 International Village
Executive Committee of School and Counseling Psychology Doctoral Program, Co-Director of the Certificate Program in Early Intervention
Education: PsyD, Rutgers University
Certification: School Psychologist
Specializations: School Psychology
Research: Dr. Kruger’s research interests include high school exit exams, resiliency in students, and using robots in counseling.
Public Service: Advocating for social justice in educational policies
Courses: Introduction to Assessment, Consultation and Program Evaluation, Planning and Evaluating Early Intervention Services
Kruger, L. J., Li, C., Kimble, E., Ruah, R., Stoianov, D. & Krishnan, K. (2016). Impact of repeatedly failing a high school exit exam: Voices of English Language Learners. Urban Review, 48 (3) 463-483.
Li, C. Kruger, L. J., & Krishnan, K. (2016). Empowering immigrant patients with disabilities: advocating and self-advocating. North American Journal of Medicine & Science 9(3), 116-122.
Kruger, L. J. (2009). Children Left Behind. Produced, directed, wrote and narrated the documentary film, which was licensed to and distributed by Documentary Educational Resources. More than 30 public screenings and presentations, including at the Massachusetts State House and annual conventions of the National Association of School Psychologists and the American Psychological Association.
Kruger, L. J. & Shriberg, D. (Eds.) (2007). High Stakes Testing: New Challenges and Opportunities for School Psychologists. Haworth Press: Binghamton, NY.